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In the process, he is transforming the venerable board game, a favorite of wordsmiths around the world, into an exercise in erotic diction.

Entrepreneur Jordi Sinclair, the founder of a company called Smudged Lipstick, which organizes “random, quirky events”, is the brain behind the idea of combining dating with filthy wordplay.

‘You’re less uncomfortable‘ “People like Scrabble but in a dating capacity it’s maybe a bit too straight,” the 35-year-old, wearing a black t-shirt and ripped jeans, told AFP.

“Dirty words tend to open up the conversation.” However, Scrabble is a game of patience which requires the utmost concentration, and seemingly ill-suited to the frenetic pace and emotional tension inherent in the timed meetings of speed-dating.

So Sinclair has devised some new, minimal, rules to his dirty version: no points, 11 letters picked out at a time instead of seven, and the right to take some liberties with spelling.

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